Xerox

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This category covers questions on the Xerox Corporation, a global document management company that manufactures and sells a variety of color and black-and-white printers, photo copiers, and printer paper, etc.
No, it is not legal to photocopy paper money.
Xerox has no connection with DOS, Disk Operating System,
Ursula Burns was raised in the projects in New York by a single mother, became a mechanical engineer, and went from being a summer intern at Xerox in 1980 to be its president and CEO in 2008.
Xerox sells printers, multifunction systems, photo copiers, digitalproduction printing presses, and related consulting services andsupplies. Xerox also offers a variety of business process services such asthe operation of call centers, management of benefits and payments,toll collection and...
Xerox Corporation has been known as a company that manufacturesprinters, faxes, copiers, and scanners. It was founded in 1906 inRochester, New York. . It is now also a major player in the area of business processoutsourcing, providing customers with support in the HR andemployee benefits activity,...
Floyd Carlson was not connected with the invention of the Xerox copier. Chester Carlson developed the process that is now called xerography and that is the basis for the first copiers made by Xerox. The engineers and technicians of the Haloid Company, working with Carlson and scientists of the...
I am not familiar with the Xerox 2400 but, if you can make aMacintosh running OS X see the scanner, be it by USB, Wifi,Bluetooth, or even the old SCSI interface, there are genericscanner software that should be able to make it work. How well willit work is another question. Just do a search for...
Printers are machines utilized as a part of organizations and homesthat make duplicates of reports. Organizations utilize scanners forexpansive scale duplicating of their records, though machinesutilized as a part of a home situation are intended for littlescale adapting needs. In the event that you...
The word "xerox" is a proper noun and a trademark. Xerox is short for the company name, Xerox Corporation, and can also used to refer to a machine made by Xerox Corporation or the product of such a machine. It is incorrect to use Xerox as a verb or as a generic term. The proper generic terms are ...
Xerox Corporation is most widely known as a manufacturer and marketer of xerographic printers and copiers. However, the Corporation has a much wider range of activity. Xerox also provides document technology, services, software and branded Xerox supplies for graphic communication and office...
Xerography , a form of photography using electrostatic tonertransfer. A photoconductive drum is first electrostaticallycharged, then it is exposed to the light of the image which removesthe electrostatic charge only in the illuminated areas, then thetoner powder is applied to the drum and sticks to...
Xerox does not mean photo copy, although some people use it as if it did mean that. "Xerox is a short form of the name of the company, Xerox Corporation, and a registered trademark owned by that company. Photocopy is a noun and means a copy of an original made through the use of a photographic...
Many business startups use the local copy center to make theircopies. While this can be a good way to get started, it is not agood way to grow. The time it takes to get copies made, plus thecost of the copies themselves, makes going to the copy shopincreasingly expensive. Many advantages exist to...
Calls for an opinion and not a factual answer. There are probably thousands, if not millions, of opinions on this topic and therefore it cannot be answered definitively.
Copier toners contain carbon (or another coloring material), plastics of various sorts, wax (sometimes), and charge control agents, among other materials
Xerox Corporation has a variety of offices and activities in Washington State, but does not maintain a headquarters there. Xerox Corporate Headquarters are in Connecticut
Do a google search for Xerox 5334 and if there's anything on the web about it you'll get all sorts of hits and there might be some upgrade links on several of the sites
As of 2011, Xerox Corporation has about 135,000 employees worldwide.
Xerox Corporation has its corporate headquarters in the US; in Connecticut. Some machines sold or rented by Xerox in the US are made in the US and others are made in other countries.
If the copy is part of your work then it should be at cost to the business. If you are doing private copying then talk with your supervisor or manager. The actual cost to the company of making a copy depends on the type and size of the copier being used and on the terms of the service agreement or...
Depending on the complexity of the machine, a "Xerox operator" may help people use the machine, replenish paper and toner as needed, clear paper jams, and call for advanced technical assistance when needed; or an operator may make all the copies produced by a machine, as well as replenishing...
Xerox is the name of a company and was not invented. The company was formed in 1906 as the Haloid company and became Xerox Corporation in 1958. The process of plain paper copying that was brought to market by the Xerox Corporation is called xerography and was invented by Chester Carlson. He first...
Xeroxgraphy, the photocopy process that was commercially introduced by Xerox/Haliod in the late 1950s was invented by Chester Carlson in 1938.
An x-ray image on paper or film can be copied using a photocopymachine, but the copy may not be as clear and useful to aspecialist wanting to use the x-ray image. . An actual x-ray, the radiation used to make an x-ray image,cannot be copied.
The actress in the commercial is Catherine Kresge. She has been insuch movies as A Good Day to Die Hard and The Things We Carry.
The answer to this question will depend on what you need to do, and probably also on personal preference and personal opinion.
The number of employees changes daily, but as of early 2014, Xerox Corporation has about 150 000 employees worldwide.
Xerox is the name of a large company that was founded, not invented. The xerographic process used in many copiers and printers that are made by several different companies was invented in 1938 by Chester A. Carlson.
A "Xerox machine" is any machine made or marketed by the XeroxCorporation. Xerox Corporation markets a wide variety of machinesthat perform different functions and operate on widely differentprinciples. It is not possible to say that all of them use any onething in common, except, perhaps,...
The word photocopy describes the process of using a machine to make an image or copy of an original page or object. The word Xerox is at registered trademark and is also short for "Xerox Corporation," the name of a company. Many people incorrectly use "Xerox" to mean a copy, but the...
Xerox Corporation influenced our technology through its inventionof the first plain paper dry copier that permitted quality copiesto be made in an office in seconds rather than requiring anoriginal to be sent to a photo shop. The decision to lease, ratherthan sell, copiers allowed rapid penetration...
Steve Jobs and some of the Macintosh development team visited theXerox Palo Alto Research Center where a system using a mouse and agraphical user interface was being developed. While the Apple teampicked up some ideas there, the differences between the two systemsare substantial. Some of the Xerox...
Xerox Paper, that is, paper sold with the Xerox brand on it, is available in a wide variety of styles and sizes. Some are suited only for very special functions, but the majority is plain paper suitable for use in copiers, printers and other places you would want to use "regular" paper.
The Xerox Corporation has not collapsed.
If Xerox Corporation can be said to have a business slogan, it is probably "Ready for real business."
Xerox is not a verb and the Xerox Corporation actively discouragesits use in that way. Xerox is a trade mark and a shortened form of the company name,Xerox Corporation. Its use as a generic term for all copyingmachines is part of a general process whereby proper names aretransformed into common...
Before the mid-1950s, the company now known as the Xerox Corporation was called the Haloid Company.
Xerox Corporation employs approximately 135,000 people world wide.
The president of Xerox is Ursula Burns, a woman from the United States
Not now with the advent of printers. There are a few specialized places remaining for bulk copying, but that's about it. If you mean the company, I think they are strong as they are into other products but check the market.
The plain paper copier, often incorrectly called a "Xerox MAchine," was developed by a team of engineers and technicians employed by the Haloid Company in Rochester, NY. They based their work on the process of electrophotography, or xerography, that was invented by Chester Carlson in 1938, and Mr....
The 914 drum is a photoreceptor drum for the Xerox 914, the first fully automatic plain paper copier. The machine has not been made or maintained for decades. You would probably have to go to a technology museum to find one, although you might ask whether the Xerox Historical Archive, at Xerox...
Xerox is a company (that invented the xerox copier). Companies are not living creatures and therefore they do not have relatives.
The phrase "you are about to delivered of a baby xerox machine" is someone's cute way of announcing that a photocopy machine will be delivered soon.
The word Xerox is short for the Xerox Corporation and is also a trademark for that corporation. As an adjective it can also be used to reference a particular product marketed by Xerox Corporation or its affiliate, Fuji Xerox Corporation. The word is used incorrectly by some as a verb to mean ...
The Xerox Corporation is an independent corporation, not a subsidiary of any other corporation.
You can reset the toner chip by removing the toner cartridge. Keepthe toner cartridge out for 10 seconds. Put the toner cartridgeback into its place.
Xerox is a name of company actually! Xerox actually meansphotocopy, and hindi for it is chhpai.
Xerox was founded in 1906 in Rochester as "The Haloid Photographic Company", which originally manufactured photographic paper and equipment. The company subsequently changed its name to "Haloid Xerox" in 1958 and then to "Xerox Corporation" in 1961.